Oakland finally gives their skipper the axe, but the A’s struggles may worsen in the coming weeks.
Last year may have been dubbed the “Year of the Pitcher,” but out West, the pitching continues to thrive thanks to two hurlers who weren’t expected to get the ball out of spring training.
The mud hit the fan over the last week, and now a manager may find himself on the hot seat.
Injuries decimate the division as Jered Weaver and Neftali Feliz struggle.
There is only one way to describe Wednesday’s events in the AL West: awful.
The season is only a month old, yet there are some players who are separating themselves from the pack–as underperformers.
The Mariners and the Athletics have seen no offensive relief, while the Rangers can’t get no satisfaction in their bullpen.
The Angels may have been counted out in the preseason and the Rangers may have gotten off to a hot start, but now the teams are neck-and-neck.
Making a mountain out of a Cahill, plus Hamilton’s fractured flop and Murphy to the rescue.
The season is just a week young, but the Rangers are already setting themselves apart from the pack.
The season has hardly had a chance to kick off, but it’s still fun to look back at the best stretch drive comebacks in AL West history.
Only a few of the preseason’s roster battles are likely to have lasting consequences, but one of the few that will resides in the AL West.
Sowing the seeds of doubt about a Rangers dynasty.
Say buh-bye to Chuck Greenberg, Texas.
In the land of the impotent, the team with just one bat is king. Sadly, this does not help the Mariners.